Emma Davis has been with the Cherries for six years, initially playing for the club alongside studying at Bournemouth University.
In what was a successful campaign for the side last year, she made 19 appearances and scored three goals from defence, including an excellent brace in a 2-0 win over Winchester City Flyers.
Having previously played in a more attacking role, Davis, known as 'Bambi' to her team-mates, was just as instrumental the season before, one of her biggest contributions being a goal in the Chairman's Cup final, which the Cherries went on to win 5-4 against Moneyfields.
A consistent performer for Steve Cuss' side since 2015, she has won three promotions during her time with the women's team, not forgetting the Hampshire Invitational Cup victory in May 2017.
Now aged 25, Davis plays her football while maintaining a full-time job as an occupational therapist in the NHS.